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Monday 15th March 2021 17.00-17.40 Join us in an online Vigil for Syria, marking ten years of the Syrian conflict, as a public expression of solidarity with the Syrian people and Syrian refugeeshere in Scotland and in other countries. Register on Eventbrite, read the flyer on the full post for more details.
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During this particularly hazardous phase of the Pandemic, we may not all be gathered in the same building. We just cant meet as a congregation. But at this time, when we need each other… so much, we are invited to worship together, from where we are – knowing that God can hear us all andContinue reading “Message from the Minister”
Covid-19 has predictably developed a new strain. It is more dangerous to all people especially anyone over the age of 20. In Moray the numbers have been increasing daily since before Christmas. So the Government is not over-reacting with lockdown. Please treat the next 8 weeks with the utmost care and protection for yourself and others. Much hope is being placed on the new vaccines. Pray to God that theyContinue reading “Message from the Minister”
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Kirk Fund Raiser, Several people have complained about the Minister’s Beard ! SO… Donald is willing to have it removed on Christmas Eve if there is sufficient sponsorship to each of the three Kirk Treasurers. This will hopefully provide a Christmas boost and gift by you all to our much needed kirk funds during this crisis of Lockdown. Rev Donald Prentice
Download or read the October church newsletter here.
This is the plan for the Church of Scotland’s activities , as put forward by the Assembly Trustees recently. As the Church’s vision statement indicates – we are a Church which seeks to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ. So, the critical elements of our Faith ActionContinue reading “Faith Action Plan”
During the month of October we are encouraged by the Scottish Churches to reflect on our responses to poverty, both personally and at a Church level. Many people from all the Churches give their support to poverty minimising activities like Food Banks. Others help lobby their MPs and MSPs to address the needs of low income families and single people of all ages living alone. For further information please follow the online link: https://www.challengepoverty.net/ PleaseContinue reading “Challenge Poverty Week”